tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC June 18, 2013 11:35pm-12:36am PDT
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: as you know, game six of the nba finals between the miami heat and san antonio spurs happened tonight at the american airlines arena in miami. we do not know the outcome of that game because it is being played right now as we tape this show. either the heat remained alive or the spurs are the champions, which according to a survey by public policy polling is the outcome most people want. 72% of the people want to spurs to win, only 23 favored the heat. this is a very significant poll, they found that mitt romney supporters overwhelmingly liked the spurs, mitt romney supporters, and they found that african-americans and latinos prefer the heat, and the vegans and vegetarians support them. it is even more fun today, we
are asking even smaller demographic groups who they're rooting for in the finals. we made it a guessing game. here we go, i'm going to show you someone from a very particular group, and your job is to determine if they like the heat or the spurs. okay, let's begin. what is your name, where are you from? >> i'm charlie. >> charlie, the heat are playing the spurs, who are the guys rooting for? do you think the guy in shorts is rooting for the heat or spurs? >> spurs. >> all right, calm down everybody. let's see -- >> i think it is the heat. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, who do we have next? what is your name, where are you from? >> nuan, i'm from minnesota. >> jimmy: nuan, who do people root for, the spurs -- who are the people who don't care rooting for? i guess it doesn't matter.
>> i wouldn't know. >> jimmy: all right. next? >> hey, guys, what is your name? where are you from? >> my name is arman, from salt lake city. >> carlos, salt lake city, utah. >> you guys been watching the spurs and heat? >> definitely. >> who are the guys who should just grow up rooting for? >> probably -- i'd say people who -- this indicating control in their lives? >> yeah. >> the heat or the spurs? all right, definitely the heat -- >> probably that. >> okay, good luck with that, guys. >> jimmy: right, next? >> hello, sir, what is your name? where are you from? >> i'm zack, i'm from colorado.
>> zack, who are they rooting for -- spurs -- smelly, gusting hipster groups rooting for. >> jimmy: smelly, disgusting, hipster groups rooting for? >> we're kind of rooting for both. >> jimmy: i believe we have another. >> what is your name, where are you from? >> hey, i'm bambam, from new york. >> hey, let me ask you, who is the murderer from silence of the lambs rooting for? >> jimmy: who do you think? the heat. >> i hope the heat, it is supposed to be 90 degrees today. that is the way it is. >> jimmy: all right, and i believe we have one more. >> hello, sir, what is your name, where are you from? >> i'm from toronto. >> all right, who is tony parker's valet parker rooting for?
>> jimmy: and what is going on in the background there, by the way, let's find out? >> i don't even know, couldn't tell you. >> spurs or heat? >> i would say spurs. >> that is your brother's team. >> bambam, shut up! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey, speaking of colorful characters, do you remember the double rainbow guy, the guy with the video? well, his real name is bear vasquez, he lives just outside national park, a forest fire started, bear did what he does best, he grabbed his camera and narrated. >> oh, my gosh, wow, oh, gee, that thing -- those are 100-foot tall ponderosa pine trees, and those flames crested way over that. whoa, that is so intense, oh, my
god! look at that, oh, gee, whoa. those flames are shooting up. oh, my god. that is so big. whoa! whoa, oh, my god, oh, [ bleep ] oh, my gosh, oh, gees, oh, wow. yeah, yeah -- oh, my god, these flames are so big. >> jimmy: you know, i liked his early work better but that was pretty good, i thought. he was like the opposite of smoky the bear, a bear who actually enjoys fire. here is a weird story involving russian president vladimir putin and the owner of the new england patriots. the patriot owner claims -- i don't know why he would make this up -- that putin stole his 2005 super bowl ring. he said while he was visiting
the president, he handedñr his ring. the president tried it on, said i could kill somebody with this ring, which in russia is the highest form of a compliment. and then he put it in his pocket and walked out. like a 12-year-old girl shopping at claires, a spokesperson said the ring was a gift and they have no plan to give it back. [ speaking in a foreign language ] >> jimmy: all right, well, like the song, right? i would like to congratulate kim kardashian and kanye west, who
welcomed their first child. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: baby girl, that is right, kim is a mother, and kanye is a father, we did nothing to stop it. and so now, the countdown to the world's most uncomfortable "why is mommy famous" conversation begins. the birth went well, kim is resting comfortably as she always is. enews is reporting the baby's name will start with a k, which makes sense, i feel like kanye is the kind of dad who would name his daughter kanye, or kanisha, the family issued a statement saying they appreciate the warm wishes from fans but also look for privacy at this time. kanye's new album dropped today. his baby dropped saturday. we better put newspaper under
him in case anything else drops. probably my favorite story of the week this week is that of marissa powell, better known as ms. utah, who was third runner-up in the ms. usa pageant, which is especially impressive since she said this. >> in recent reports, it shows that in families women are the primary earners yet they continue to earn less than men, what does it say about society? >> i think we can relate this back to education, and how we are continuing to try to strive to figure out how to create jobs right now. that is the biggest problem. and i think especially the men are -- seem as -- the leaders of this. and so we need to try to figure out how to create education better so that we can solve this
problem. thank you. >> jimmy: no, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so what it is worth, intentional or not, she made a great point about the failure of the education system. and i'm very pleased for you, that we are going to take a break, and when we come back, ms. utah, marissa powell is here to explain whatever the hell it is she just said to us. plus, maggie gyllenhaal, stick around, okay? [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help
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back, maggie gyllenhaal is here, duane norris is here, from "breaking bad," and empire of the sun. and somebody who i spoke of, to me, she is number one, from salt lake city, please welcome ms. utah, marissa powell. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? welcome, welcome. well, first of all, you look great, and make no mistake, that is all that really matters. we decided a schoolroom setting would be the best setting. >> this is great, this is great. >> jimmy: now, let's go over what was said. i think we have it here on the board. you said, and i believe this quote is accurate, i think we can re-relate this back to education, and how we are continuing to try to strive to figure out how to create jobs right now. that is the biggest problem, and
i think especially the men are seen as the leaders of this. and so we need to try to figure out how to create education better so that we can solve this problem. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: now, do even you have any idea what that means? >> absolutely no clue. absolutely no clue. >> jimmy: just the first thing that came out of your mouth? >> i did, i was so excited to be in the top five. i had all of my family and friends out there, and i hear the question and don't process it. and i just start talking, and once i started talking i couldn't take it back. and i thought, just smile, education. >> jimmy: you can't go wrong with education. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a slippery slope, have you watched the clip? >> oh, i have seen it. >> jimmy: how many times have you watched it? >> at least four. >> jimmy: have your friends
contacted you? >> you know, my friends want to be, i'm so sorry, i'm like come on, that doesn't make me feel better, just tell me that was fine and it wasn't that bad. that is what i want to tell myself until i watch it. >> jimmy: at my point did you think about hanging yourself with your sash? >> i thought about it. i decided it was important not to take yourself too seriously and learn how to laugh. >> jimmy: i find it impressive you got third runner-up, even though you had that debacle, do you think it cost you the win, because of that? >> i felt like i did great with the rest of the competition, and then it was up to that point. it was like, you know what? it happened and i'm own iing it >> jimmy: in a way, i don't even know who won the ms. usa
contest. >> she is great. >> jimmy: she must not be that great -- in a way you eclipsed her with that answer. >> in a way, but she had a great year, and she will do well. >> jimmy: do you in any way blame the woman from the real house wives for asking that question? >> i don't, i knew i looked at her when she asked the question, she was like girl, you're blowing it, i could see it in her face. >> jimmy: do you have a coach that you work with? >> i had a coach i worked with a lot. >> jimmy: where is this guy? and why doesn't he stand up and take responsibility. >> it is not him, he prepared me so well. i'm used to being in front of lots of people and speaking, and for whatever reason i just caught up, saying silly things, i was just like this is what happened. >> jimmy: you don't know what the questions will be? >> no, they can go over
anything. >> jimmy: so they go over a weird assortment of questions. >> they can ask you anything, you just have to be ready to pull it out. >> jimmy: and so he tests you and asks you a variety of questions. >> right, it can be about yourself, and about anything. >> jimmy: it tends to be about world peace and these big issues, right? it seems like they want you to look dumb in a way. >> i don't know, i don't know about that. i think they're giving you the opportunity -- >> jimmy: to look dumb. >> whichever way you take it, if you're me -- >> jimmy: has anyone contacted you about running for office, perhaps? >> hopefully, i'm open to suggestions, people. >> jimmy: what is the second most embarrassing thing that happened to you? >> oh, my gosh, this tops it all. i thought about it, i thought he may ask me about it. in elementary school, i had the biggest crush on this boy, he was trying to ask me a question, i had to go to the bathroom really bad, i went into the bathroom and tucked my dress into my underwear. and when i walked out there he
was waiting to ask me this question, and i had my underwear tucked into my dress, and it was the worst day of my life until a couple of nights ago. until we topped it. we can laugh about it. >> jimmy: well, i know you're a singer and that is your gift. i thought it would be fun instead of just reciting the question, the answer that you gave, you put it in song and agreed to do it for us tonight. now, you will be singing your answer with our band, correct? all right, so why don't you go right ahead. i'll get out of your way here. here she is, ms. utah. >> thank you. ♪ i think we can relate this back to education. and how we are continuing to strive to figure out how to
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the program, from breaking bad, starting monday you can see him in the new stephen king thriller, "under the dome," dean norris is here, and just called "ice on the dune," empire of th@ sun. and ms. utah has a nice voice, right guillermo? >> yeah, i like it. >> jimmy: you heard it here, folks, she is a hit. after a brief stint helping batman protect gotham, our first guest in the attempt to help the nation's capitol, the new action thriller "white house down," please welcome maggie gyllenhaal. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? you look great, what is new? everything all right? >> yeah, yeah, i'm doing good. >> jimmy: i saw i just got on twitter. why would you just now get on twitter? it is too late, i think. >> did i miss it? >> jimmy: i think you missed it. when i started in 2008, it felt like it was too late, and here we are, what is it, 2017? >> i'm going to try to bring it back. i didn't go on it before, because i was kind of scared of the internet. i feel like people can be so mean, i know you guys do that thing on your show about mean people. i felt like terrified of it. and then, i don't know, i started to think maybe it would be fun. i kind of felt like maybe i could say you know, political things and things i thought were important -- like i mean, you know --
>> jimmy: political things like mascara? -- >> i like to mix it up -- >> jimmy: sometimes if you say a certain mascara is -- they send you money, i get weird things sometimes if i ever mention anything like juicy tube, do you know what those things are? >> no. >> jimmy: well, i have a lot of them. >> well, this is what happened. i was in l.a. the last time i was here. and i was driving. and the license plate in front of me said "schlong". >> jimmy: i think i saw it on your twitter page. >> okay, the license plate said -- instead of an "o," there was a star. that is what people tweet. >> jimmy: this is what inspired you? >> god just came down and said
-- >> jimmy: really, i would never have figured out that that was schlong, by the way. >> well, it is? >> jimmy: i don't know, there was a star in there. ng is a common name -- guillermo, isn't that what is on the back of your -- what is this here? >> okay, so i have done only like 20 tweets or something. this is one that might have fallen flat, i think. >> jimmy: why? >> i was doing this movie where i played a woman who just got out of jail, was in rehab, stuff like that. i started telling myself this joke that rehab clinics and daycare centers often have the same name. like sunshine way, or like new directions, like that one. so i took a picture of new directions and i wrote, is this a daycare center or rehab clinic? and i got like really earnest answers back, like we're pretty
sure this is a rehab clinic, i'm pretty sure, too. >> jimmy: you're not really looking for answers on this thing. >> can i tell you my favorite tweet? >> jimmy: yeah, go ahead. >> i think we started to mention earlier, all the stuff with the nsa. so you know how clapper went in front of the nsa, and they asked him before, were you wiretapping, and he said no, absolutely not, over and over again. and so then when it all came out they said well, what do you mean? you just told us this was not happening. and he said i told the least untruth. and so my husband and i were reading that and he said is that like saying i only put the tip in? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is what the guys were doing at home.
if my name was clapper and i was in a situation like that i would go like that [ indicating ] and disappear. yeah, don't bother with this twitter, it is not your thing, you know, i met your mom at the farmer's market once, she is very nice. >> she said hi to you? >> jimmy: your brother was with her, we all said hi, she is very nice. your mom, for those who don't know was one of the founders of sesame street. >> well, she worked at sesame street, was one of the founders of the electric company. >> jimmy: even better, morgan freedom was on that -- >> you know you can get the old sesame streets, and the electric company, they're called that. they're called the old school. >> jimmy: really? where do you get them? on dvd? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you show these to your kids? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that is nice, is your mom ever in the you remember,
only going to be a small upper number of people who remember it, there was a segment, a guy in a chair, it was about prepositions, and they're pretending he is on an old fashion soap opera. and they're saying he is getting out of the chair. will he get out of the chair, do you remember this? >> jimmy: no. >> and they say what about naomi? and that is my mom. >> jimmy: that is a great headstone. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what about naomi? "white house down" is the new on and off. maggie gyllenhaal is here. we'll be right back. coming up later, music from expire of the sun. brought to you by bud lite. or great gas mileage. that'd be like us going to a bed or breakfast.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is maggie gyllenhaal, "white house down," you wasted a lot of time. if you had given him that information sooner -- >> possibly nine and a half minutes. >> jimmy: you may have killed the world, but i don't want to reveal the ending. >> also, the clip makes it look like it is so serious, but it is not. >> jimmy: well, there is an element of seriousness, but tell me what the movie is about. >> well, there are so many things i can't give away, i am just starting to do press, but i'm so worried i'm going to give something away. >> jimmy: let's get you in a lot of trouble. >> so it is about the white house being taken over by somebody, somebody bad, and channing tatum trying to save us. >> jimmy: uh-huh, and he does save us, doesn't he? >> i'm not supposed to say. >> jimmy: he wastes the eight minutes eating ice creamñi or
something, and then the world goes directly to hell. jamie foxx plays the president, is that okay to say? >> i love jamie foxx. >> jimmy: do you think jamie foxx would make a great president? >> i love him, i don't want him for president. >> jimmy: why don't you want him for president? >> i want him for all sorts of other things, not for president -- >> jimmy: you actually disqualified jamie -- i'm trying to get a foxx ticket going for the next election, and i think it would be a lot more fun. imagine the parties in the white house. imagine -- >> yes, that is true, i guess it depends on what you're after. he, you know it is funny, i met him because my husband and brother did "jarhead" with him, it was the year he won his oscar, he would be so cool, coming out of his huge trailer,
and who knows what he was doing there all night. and when i met him on the movie i was like you're so cool. and we like loved each other. i think we're really kind of unusual friends. >> jimmy: you have a bond? >> we love each other. i love him. >> jimmy: you still would not offer him your support? >> i would not vote for him for president. nor would i support any of the other people in this movie. not channing tatum. >> jimmy: no? no president tatum? >> not james wood. don't vote for me. >> jimmy: even yourself you're taking out of the running? >> not even me. >> jimmy: all right, you have narrowed the field. the movie is "white house down," maggie gyllenhaal. we'll be right back with dean norris from "breaking bad." ♪ ♪
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gyllenhaa [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest as hank schrader, the dea agent, and brother-in-law on the show, breaking bad. he plays in under the dome, please welcome dean norris. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look very physically fit. >> you to do, by the way. >> jimmy: well, what happened? what is going on with you? did this happen during the shooting of "breaking bad"? >> no, this is part of getting
older, i have a few kids, supposedly you're supposed to stick around for them. >> jimmy: when did you start shooting "breaking bad"? >> first part of april -- >> jimmy: have you lost the weight -- >> i really tried w push it in after that -- >> jimmy: you realize i'm fishing, i want to see if you're on the whole season. >> i'm on the whole season. >> jimmy: so we know you don't get killed the whole season. >> well, maybe the last -- >> jimmy: how much trouble would you get in if you revealed what happened? at this point, what would they specifically do to you if you told us what happened? >> one or both of my balls would be literally cut off. you can say balls on tv -- >> jimmy: you can, you know, i think that is funny, but i wonder what they would actually do -- >> no, no, that is it, they would actually snip -- >> jimmy: that is in the contract? but they would be humane enough to snip?
>> it would be chopped, it would not be pleasant. they actually gave us redacted scripts about half way through, so it was like the cia, you couldn't even read it, it was redacted. because cranston got his ipad stolen, you couldn't even read it -- >> jimmy: so brian ruined it for everyone. >> by the wa>> jimmy: by the wak you are a fantastic actor, there are so many great actors on the show. brian paul, there are so many great actors on the show that sometimes people may not recognize how good you are. but i do, i want you to know that. and that is most important. >> i love your show, too, by the way. >> jimmy: and also, you have been at this for a long time, haven't you? >> i have. >> jimmy: and you have played cops a lot of times? why do you think that is? >> i don't know, i think because
i am bald, maybe, because every third cop you see is bald. >> jimmy: well, cops have short hair generally? >> and i have a copiness -- >> jimmy: you went to harvard? >> i did go to harvard. >> jimmy: did you go there to become an actor? >> i went because i got in on a typo, if you get in, you go -- >> jimmy: what were your grades in high school? >> straight a's. >> jimmy: isn't it nice at this age you can still get a round of applause for getting straight a's? >> 4.0. >> jimmy: did you give the speech at your school? >> you know i was a jerk, i refused to wear a collar, i was one of those guys, i said i'm going to go to harvard, i got a 4, i do what i want. they said well, you're not
making the speech. >> jimmy: well you got out of having to make the speech, even better. that is when they really learned you were smart. what was your major at harvard? >> it was a thing called social studiys, basically a combination of economics, politics, philosophy. >> jimmy: do they not have social study study? >> it was called a -- scary -- >> jimmy: yeah, that is -- and so you were in the concentration -- >> yes. >> jimmy: and you escaped? >> i did, yeah, it was great, yeah. >> jimmy: and you started acting in college or after that? >> i started acting, i did school plays at 5 years old. but i started to do a lot of acting in college. it was a big decision, do i waste the harvard education? >> jimmy: yeah, that is essentially what you're doing.
>> thanks mom and dad -- >> jimmy: you don't think that matthew mcconaughey went to harvard do you? >> so i wasted it -- >> jimmy: what did your parents say about it? >> my parents were actually cool. my dad was a singer in a band, they thought it was much cooler@ career, so if i was a lawyer they would be like what? >> jimmy: it all worked out. and you're in a stephen king movie, believe it or not one of his best sellers. they made a mini-series out of it. and you play a character called "big jim." is he a cop? >> he is not a cop, i said after breaking bad, as long as he is not a cop -- he is big jim, you know what i'm saying? he has a big personality. oh, hey, thank you.
hey, there we go. god bless you! >> jimmy: our drummer is on prescription medication. >> there you go -- he looks -- i don't trust that guy at all. >> jimmy: that is jonathan, he went to harvard also. he majored in a lack of concentration. >> yeah, i would have said yale. that wasn't a joke. >> jimmy: so you're big jim? >> i'm big jim. he is like the only councilman left, and the dome comes down, and he decides he is going to be the dictator of the town. >> jimmy: and how many parts of the series? >> it is 13, and if it does well, they will do it again, they will make more seasons, i'm guaranteeing you right now there is going to be more than one season. >> jimmy: this is a series disguised as a mini-series, and you guarantee it how?
by reimbursing everybody financially? >> just you can edit this out if it doesn't happen. >> jimmy: well, great to have you here, dean norris, everybody. we'll be right back with empire of the sun. >> music from empire of the sun, brought to you by budlite music first, on august one, don't miss 50-50 music show, and tonight, don't miss the first ever jimmy kimmel live stream. go to myspace immediately after the show to see it all. the jimmy kimmel live stream on myspace.
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